Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Club File

Club hockey file: How Wakefield aim to return stronger

In our Club File series we've heard from Gloucester City on momentum after pandemic and Eastcote on insurance issues. Here, Helen Royan, Wakefield HC president, on how the volunteer-run club is coping with life in lockdown Around this time of year we'd usually...

Club hockey file: Eastcote seeks help over insurance recommendation

We have heard from Gloucester City on momentum after pandemic in the first part of our Club File series. This time, we speak to a north London club on dealing with insurance A London club is hoping to join forces...

Club hockey file: Gloucester City look to momentum after pandemic

In the first of a new series speaking to clubs, we hear from Gloucester City's chairman on how hockey can change for the better With lockdown measures slowly starting to ease across the UK, the topic of agenda for hockey...

Club file: How is coronavirus affecting your hockey club?

The Hockey Paper has launched a health check campaign to offer advice to clubs during the pandemic - and we need your help to bring it to life. Whether you are a player, official or volunteer, we are aiming to...

Club offers suggestions for future of England domestic hockey

Hampshire side Havant believe more Friday night matches should be played as part of a wider debate on the future of hockey surrounding England Hockey's restructure proposal. Asking for club member and wider feedback, the club outlined several points which...

Hockey clubs begin to apply for emergency fund relief

By Richard Bright Fourteen hockey clubs in England have so far applied for Sport England's Community Emergency Fund following the coronavirus pandemic. The fund has already secured the futures of more than 2,000 sports clubs struggling with the lockdown, with grassroots...

Louth in survival fight as 3G rears head in hockey once more

Louth HC is like many small clubs across the country – a long history, a thriving membership of players of all ages, a small dedicated band of volunteers who keep it running on a shoestring, and like many clubs...

England Hockey: We must hit the ground running for new season

England Hockey's chief executive has expressed a collective desire to be ready for the new season "in a way we have never been ready before" - if and when the coronavirus crisis finally abates in time and hundreds of...

England Hockey chief warns of financial dangers if coronavirus continues

England Hockey, the seventh-biggest Olympic sport in terms of UK Sport funding, is hopeful that it can refrain from furloughing staff because of the coronavirus outbreak, writes Rod Gilmour. Unlike bigger sports such as athletics and cycling which will take...

Cannock Hockey show club spirit after ‘devastating’ year

Five years ago, Cannock HC launched its #2020vision, a long term plan to become one of Europe’s leading, sustainable clubs. As 2020 came into vision, Cannock, around 115 years old, faced an uncertain future after being locked out of its...
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